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    Microsoft has strategically sheltered Windows 10 Mobile in the enterprise while it waits for the current smartphone season to undergo a paradigm shift.
    How Microsoft waits for the imminent industry shift in mobile computing, however, is just as important that they wait. In a recent interview with Le Point, president of Microsoft France Vahe Torossian, stated:
    "We have a special position in the mobile today, focusing on the company, but we are working on the next big thing"During this time of transition, our attention will focus on the professional market."
    Microsoft knows that the paradigm shift on the horizon affects both the enterprise and consumers. The question is what is the best strategy for Microsoft to execute as it awaits (and pushes) this shift in order to most effectively introduce an OS and hardware solution that leads in the new paradigm? Silence in the consumer space to which they seem to have committed, I contend, is not an option.

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    10-11-2016 03:20 PM

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